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Faces of the 2017 Hueco Rock Rodeo

Highlights from the 2017 Hueco Rock Rodeo bouldering competition and festival held in Hueco Tanks, Texas.

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Photos by Andy Wickstrom / @andywickstrom.


In 80 degree heat and no wind, climbers at the 24th Hueco Rock Rodeo battled sweaty palms and cooked fingers to throw down last weekend in Hueco Tanks.

Kyra Condie won the Women’s Open Division with 3910, Molly Rennie came in second with 3900 and Juliet Hammer took third with 2310. In the Men’s Open Division Daniel Woods cranked through to win with 7295 points, followed by Keenan Takahashi in second with 7100 and Ben Hanna in third with 6645.

Andy Wickstrom set up a makeshift photo booth at the event to help capture not only the crush, but also the faces of the 2017 Rodeo.